Any member of a building trade such as pipefitting knows how important and potentially dangerous the construction industry is. All workers at construction sites and jobsites are exposed to a variety of serious injuries. The types of workplace injuries vary by jobsite, but can include injuries from falls, machinery accidents, cave-ins and explosions.
Building industry workers are also often exposed to a variety of workplace illnesses from working with materials such as asbestos pipes. These illnesses may manifest themselves in the form of deadly cancers such as mesothelioma years after an employee has left a jobsite.
The Connecticut workers compensation legal team at the Law offices of James F. Aspell, P.G represents injured Connecticut pipefitters and other building trade workers in workers compensation cases. We are a specialized workers compensation law firm in suburban Hartford, CT and represent injured union workers across the state.
Our knowledge of the working conditions typical for union workers makes us better positioned to take your case. We have an aggressive litigation style to make sure we maximize the results of all of our union clients, including members of the Teamsters.
UA: Representing Connecticut Pipefitters and Servicers
The United Association of Journeymen and Apprentices of the Plumbing and Pipe Fitting Industry of the United States and Canada, also commonly known as the United Association (UA), is a union of workers that fabricate, install and service piping systems. There are approximately 340,000 active UA members in the U.S. and Canada.
UA members work on a variety of construction projects and worksites, including:
- Office buildings
- Commercial buildings
- Industrial facilities
In addition to helping train the next generation of our nations pipefitters and servicers, the UA maintains an active political division that fights anti-union efforts across various states.
Contact Our Farmington, CT Injury Law Firm Today
The Connecticut work injury team at the Law offices of James F. Aspell, P.C.a re passionate about helping construction trade workers collect all of the workers compensation benefits they are entitled to. We have represented hundreds of injured workers since 2006 and recovered millions on behalf of injured workers and their families.
Arrange a free consultation with our attorney for injured construction workers by calling us at 860-523-8783. The convenience of our clients is important to us, so in addition to our office in suburban Hartford we can meet with you by telephone or by Zoom video conference. We also frequently meet union workers at local union halls to discuss their cases.